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Trenton Girls Have No Issues In Polo

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Whitley Richman blocks a Polo shot during the Trenton girls’ 56-18 victory on Tuesday night. Richman had 19 points, five rebounds, three blocks and two steals in the win.

A second game in as many nights presented no issues for the Trenton High School girls’ basketball team, which continued to overwhelm Grand River Conference opponents. Polo was the latest team to stand in Trenton’s path but, like

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Trenton Boys Start Slow, Finish Big In Win

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Corbyn Guile duals a Polo Panther for the opening tip during Trenton’s 62-30 victory on Tuesday night. Guile scored 21 points for the Bulldogs in the win.

The Trenton High School boys’ basketball team looked like a team that had exhausted itself the night before in a buzzer-beating victory. The Polo Panthers, however, were not a team that was up to the task of pulling an upset.

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Wrestlers On Losing End On The Road In Richmond

The Trenton High School wrestling team faced some tough sledding on Tuesday night, going head-to-head with Brookfield and Richmond at a triangular in Richmond. Trenton was handed losses by both schools, falling 36-29 to Brookfield and 49-9 to Richmond.
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Trenton fell behind early against Brookfield when Cole Little was pinned in the first match at 285. The score moved to 12-0 after Trenton forfeited points at 106, but

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Area Hoops Scoreboard 1-17-17

Tina-Avalon Girls 45, Grundy R-5 Girls 29
The Grundy R-5 High School girls’ basketball team was handed a loss on the road Tuesday night against Tina-Avalon. Foul trouble hampered Grundy early on and Tina-Avalon’s defense was able to keep Grundy’s offense in check throughout the contest.
Jandie Peterson led Grundy (7-6) with 12 points and Zoe Littleton pulled down six rebounds. Morgan Axtell added five assists.

Tina-Avalon Boys 49, Grundy

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Kids Wrestling Results

The Trenton Kids Wrestling Club was at a pair of tournaments over the weekend, one in St. Joseph and the other in Maysville.
In St. Joseph, Kaden Owen was first at 12U, 135-140. Tyler Siemer was second at 12U 135-140 and Sam Gibson was third at 12U 110-115.
In Maysville, Statler Wiebers (6U, 45), Bryar Foster (6U, 50) and Chase Foster (8U, 100) were all second. Kaydan Foster (8U, 60),

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TWICE AS NICE

Trenton Holds Off Hamilton For Second Tournament Title Of The Season

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The Trenton High School girls’ basketball team won the Lawson Tournament title for the first time since joining the event four years ago. Trenton picked up a 48-43 win over Hamilton on Monday night to clinch the championship. Members of the team included, from left, front row, Ainsley Tolson, Ashten Whitaker, Whitley Richman, Kennedy Norton, Haley Kidd,

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Trenton Boys Win Third On Last-Second Layup

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The Trenton High School boys’ basketball team defeated Richmond 61-59 Monday night to place third at the Lawson Tournament. Members of the team included, from left, front row, Assistant Coach Kameron Cool, Corbyn Guile, Lathan Croy, manager Bode Austin, Hunter Dugan, Alex Parrack, Dylan Harris, Kade Ockenfels, Isaac Harris, Head Coach Jeremy Austin; back row, Spencer Harris, Jaren King, Carson Radcliff and Connor Cotton.

Looking at the final

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NCMC Women Score Road Win

The North Central Missouri College women’s basketball team traveled to Marshall on Monday to take on the Missouri Valley College junior varsity. The women returned home with a victory, defeating the Vikings 97-27.
NCMC ran out to a 23-4 lead and never looked back. By halftime, the lead was 48-12.
Asia Young led North Central, scoring 20 points in the rout. Sarah Lamp added 14 points and 20 rebounds and

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Michaelis Leads MU Women In Win

Mercer native Sierra Michaelis scored 19 points to lead the Missouri women’s basketball team to a 74-68 win over Vanderbilt in SEC play on Sunday afternoon in Nashville.
Michaelis led all scorers in the contest and was one of four MU players to finish the game in double figures. Michaelis connected on three-of-10 from three-point range and was a perfect four-for-four from the charity stripe. She also led Missouri in

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